Human Rights and Societies in Transition: Causes, Consequences, Responses

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Index
Activists beyond Borders (Keck and Sikkink), 87-88
Aghajari, Hashem, 227
Agreement on the OSCE Verification Mission for Kosovo, 274
AHRC (Asian Human Rights Commission), 357
Aideed, Hussein Mohammed, 300
Albright, Madeleine, 169
Alfonsín, Raúl, 393, 403, 404-405
al-Qaida, 169
Alterman, Jon b., 224
Anfal campaign (Iraqi), 207-208
An-Na'im, Abdullahi, 94
Argentina
democratization
causes of human rights abuses and, 398-399
consequences of human rights abuses and, 403-405
military rule and, 390-393
Aristide, Bertrand, 175, 178
armed conflicts. See war Asian Preparatory Meeting (1993), 64
"Asian values" debate, 9-10

Attorney-General (West), Lakanmi and Anor v. "Nigeria", 320

Barre, Muhammed Siad, 294, 295, 297, 299, 300
Basic Principles for the Treatment of Prisoners (1990), 136
Beijing Women's Conference (1995), 57
BiH (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
exercise of human rights/freedoms in, 281-286
human rights violations in, causes and consequences of, 279-281
Black, David, 303
Body of Principles for the Protection of All Persons under Any Form of Detention or Imprisonment (1988), 136
Boraine, Alex, 68
Bosnia
exercise of human rights/freedoms in, 281-286
human rights violations in, causes and consequences of, 279-281
UN intervention in (1992), 142
Bush, George, 206
Bush, George W., 169, 178, 237
CAHR (Chinese Association for Human Rights), 343-344

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